Mark Randel

Moby ID: 4925

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Mark Randel is the founder, principal technologist, and majority owner of Terminal Reality, Inc. whose first game, Terminal Velocity, became an instant million-unit seller in 1995.

Mark attended the University of Illinois and obtained an MS degree in Electrical Engineering. While still in school, he built the engine for the acclaimed Microsoft Flight Simulator. Mark is responsible for constantly pushing technology further, not only for Terminal Reality, but for the industry itself.

Credited on 36 games

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SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1 (2008, Wii) President
Samurai Shodown: Anthology (2008, Wii) President
Metal Slug: Anthology (2007, PlayStation 2) President/CTO
Spy Hunter: Nowhere to Run (2006, PlayStation 2) Programming
Re-Mission (2006, Windows) Special Thanks
Æon Flux (2005, Xbox) President and Engine Programmer
BloodRayne 2 (2005, Windows) President/Engine Programmer
Blowout (2004, GameCube) President
RoadKill (2003, PlayStation 2) Technical Design
BloodRayne (2003, Windows) Engine Programmer
4x4 Evo 2 (2001, Windows) Programming

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